Re-Volt Komiks 01

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Re-Volt Komics is a monthly anthology created by mangaka and comic artists from around the world who all celebrate the spirit of revolution. By coming together from many different cultures and different nationalities the creators of this anthology hope to show western comic book companies and eastern manga companies our 'Komics.'

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Overview

Re-Volt Komics is a monthly anthology created by mangaka and comic artists from around the world who all celebrate the spirit of revolution. By coming together from many different cultures and different nationalities the creators of this anthology hope to show western comic book companies and eastern manga companies our 'Komics.'

N00b of Clandestein - In a time not so far away from today, the internet is a shadow of its former self, corporations and nations are indistinguishable, and the last place for human solitude lies within the unregulated pocket of virtual space that resides within the human mind, The Etha. A game that is passed off as a medical treatment is in truth a world onto itself, untouched by the outside world and indistinguishable from reality and dream. Enter Puck and Goose, two boys who fight in two worlds.

Way of Wushu - Chanda's master, the man who saved her from a life as a street urchin, is imprisoned by the Celestial Empire for crimes committed in his youth. She sets out to free him by winning the Celestial Tournament; the winner of which can meet the Emperor and make one request of him. But to do so she needs to be recognized and sponsored, which means forging a name for herself.

Graphene: Innocent as Sin - In a country run by money of individuals and conglomerates rather than the elected puppets its people put into place, a group of children try to thrive. They reminisce at how the system created to nurture, protect, and love them simply forgot them. Rising against the rules in place was the only way for them to survive in the midst of cruelty and a broken world full of death.

Red Shift - Year 2093, Earth is a glorified garbage dump where people unlucky enough to still be born there live and die maintaining the status quo. Tuck Airedale refuses to be just another cog in the down-trodden machine and takes a gamble. Can a 21st century fighter jet converted for space flight really be his ticket off-world? It can be if he pulls off placing high enough in the star racing Terran Qualifiers to make it to the Gold Prix. Being a rookie is is already a risk, but can he really win a space race in an airplane?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781494944759
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 1/31/2014
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.27 (d)

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